From 27 July-12 August BBC One and BBC One HD from 6am to midnight, and BBC Three from 9am to 11pm, will be the BBC’s Olympic channels, delivering the key live action and top stories as well as our regular BBC News service.
In addition there will be up to 24 HD video streams on bbc.co.uk/sport, which will broadcast every sport live, from every venue, when it’s on. These 24 HD streams will also be available via the BBC Red Button and on the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), for viewers of the BBC using Sky, Freesat and Virgin Media.
Audiences will be able to watch wherever and whenever they want to, across four screens: PC, mobile, tablet and connected TVs (including smart TVs and games consoles) and BBC Red Button. Freeview HD viewers will have an additional Olympic HD channel available through BBC Red Button.
BBC Radio 5 live and 5 live Sports Extra will have extensive news and sport coverage from the Olympics and will have an additional digital service called 5 live Olympics Extra throughout the Olympics.
Football (women) - GB v New Zealand, Cardiff
Football (men) - GB v Senegal, Old Trafford
Men’s Road Race – Cavendish – finish in front of Buckingham Palace
Men’s 400m Individual Medley (IM) Final – Michael Phelps/Ryan Lochte
Women’s 400m IM Final – Hannah Miley
Badminton starts - Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier
Wimbledon/Lord’s/Horse Guards/ Greenwich Park – action at four of the iconic London landmarks
British and Irish boxers in action – Campbell, Nevin, Ogogo, O’Neill
Rowing begins at Eton Dorney
Women’s 10m Air Rifle Final – first gold medal of the Games